Portland Trailblazers AT Denver Nuggets
Jan 2, 2011 at 9 PM EST
Opening Line:  Denver -7
Current Line:  Denver -8
Opening Total:  203.5
Current Total: 204
Opening Moneyline: Den -385 / Por +345
Current Moneyline:  Den -420 / Por +310

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Denver Nuggets at San Antonio Spurs
Wednesday, 12/22/10, 8:30 PM EDT
Opening Point Spread:  San Antonio -7
Current Betting Line:  San Antonio -7
Opening Total:  214
Current Total:  213.5

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Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns
Monday, 11/15/10, 9:00 PM EDT
Opening Point Spread:  Phoenix -1.5
Current Betting Line:  Phoenix -1.5
Opening Total:  218
Current Total:  217.5

The Phoenix Suns haven't lost to the Denver Nuggets at home since PG Steve Nash returned to the Valley of the Sun in 2004

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Kevin Durant
The public is liking Durant and the Thunder to win the Northwest Division but dont sleep on the Blazers
Training camps have begun and tip-off is less than a week away, so it’s time to preview the upcoming NBA season. With all the movement in the offseason it is likely that some new teams will rise to the tops of their divisions. Let’s take a look at the Northwest Division. – All odds according to Pinnacle Sportsbook, although other places like Bodog offer online NBA betting on these props as well.

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Coach K is absolutely ridiculous. Did you catch his whining and ranting at his press conference today? What a baby. One of the papers in Indianapolis featured an article about the fact was a team that many, many people love to hate – a fact that is undeniably true. To illustrate the article, the coach was depicted with blue devil’s horns and a target on his forehead. Krzyzkewski spent far, far too long at the media gathering complaining about how juvenile the whole thing was, and how his grandkids are apparently horrified. Now, here’s the thing, Mike – you coach a team called the freaking Blue Devils. Therefore, depicting you as a devil with blue horns, while not necessarily the highest form of humor, just makes sense. The target makes sense, too – they are the only No. 1 seed remaining, and the team that everyone remaining would most like to beat. So, Coach K spending so much time complaining and being outraged was, well, juvenile. Man do I hope Duke loses.

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I’m not a huge NBA guy. I like basketball a lot, but I’ll take college each and every day over the pros. I do watch NBA, though – especially during the playoffs. That being said, the playoffs this year have been amazing, and I am extremely excited about the conference championship rounds. These two series were somewhat unexpected, but they have pretty much everything going for them. Four incredibly massive stars – three who we know on a first name basis, and the fourth who can lead tall buildings in a single bound. It features not necessarily the four best teams, but certainly the four most deserving. Both series have clear favorites, but they also have underdogs who are full capable of the upset. They both have the potential to set a record for highlight reel plays. As a big college fan, the only thing that makes me a bit sad about this one is that the three biggest stars all skipped college ball. Mostly, that makes me sad because I love to think what any of them could have done in March. Melo essentially won a title on his own, and you’d think that at least a couple of these guys could have done the same in the right spot.

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